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Back to Basics: Deriving Representation Changers Functionally (1996)
Journal Article
Hutton, G., & Meijer, E. (1996). Back to Basics: Deriving Representation Changers Functionally. Journal of Functional Programming, 6(1),

Many functional programs can be viewed as representation changers, that is, as functions that convert abstract values from one concrete representation to another. Examples of such programs include base-converters, binary adders and multipliers, and... Read More

The Mad Doctors: Medicine and Literature in Finisecular Spain (1996)
Journal Article
Cardwell, R. A. (1996). The Mad Doctors: Medicine and Literature in Finisecular Spain

This essay forms the prolegomenon to what will be a major study of a particular aspect of the history of ideas and the cultural experience in Spain between 1880 and 1920 presently being written. This book will consider and analyse the relationships,... Read More

Monadic parser combinators (1996)
Book
Hutton, G., & Meijer, E. (1996). Monadic parser combinators. School of Computer Science and IT

In functional programming, a popular approach to building recursive descent parsers is to model parsers as functions, and to define higher-order functions (or combinators) that implement grammar constructions such as sequencing, choice, and repetitio... Read More